LOVISCE (43° 06'N; 16° 42.5'E), village (pop. 9 in 1991) and cove on the N side of the island of Scedro.
Approach: The red iron tower exhibiting a red light E of the cove entrance is conspicuous.
Mooring: The cove affords good shelter from all winds except northerlies, which may blow with violence and send in a swell. During such winds smaller vessels seek shelter in one of the three small coves (Rake, Srida or Lovisce) securing their lines to the bollards or to rocks on the shore. A good anchorage ground for larger vessels is situated in the middle of the cove (depth about 26 m).